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CNBC
Jan 14, 2013 3:00pm EST
it's being explained away as people pull forward their bonuses in 2012 for taxes. let's see if it lasts beyond that. earnings are slowing down. the economy is slowing down. and on the positive, you've got the fed pushing real hard. so maybe we don't have a big down in the market because of the fed, but the fundamentals beyond the fed are real hard to support the market going up. >> china's improving. japan is in uber-stimulus mode. a number of people have changed their gdp numbers this weekend 2.5%. it's not horrible and it's slowly improving. >> it is definitely tough out there. there's no argument there. final word very quickly, ralph. i just want to get your single best idea right here. if your scenario materializes and this market goes up, what's your best idea? where do you want to put your money today? >> xlf. financials. >> that's his financial sector there. >> yep. >> thanks, guys. >> we'll see you soon. thank you so much. we'll keep you updated on the dell story as it develops. we are in the final stretch of trading. 45 minutes until the closing bell sounds. >>> more than
FOX Business
Jan 14, 2013 3:00pm EST
that economic backdrop, what do we do? we did an anti-growth package with taxes. we raised taxes. not just for the rich, for everybody. and i don't think that bodes well for continuing growth, and that's why we're defensive. cheryl: one of the things you talk about here and i want to kind of pick apart this point if you don't mind is you're saying we should be looking at going for high yield and global bonds. fair enough. but if you've got a u.s. economy which is still the biggest economy in the world, if you've got a weak economy, unfortunately, i know you are saying good economy, but some are saying we are going to have a weak economy in 2013, if that's the case, do i want to be high yield? does that make sense to you? >> yeah, it does because high yield you get paid a lot of different ways. high income, risk adjusted return. last year up over 15%. almost as much as equities, but you're still getting paid to take that risk to be in there. global bonds is a win-win-win. you get paid on yield. you get paid on -- for diversification. you get paid on currency risk. so that's a good plac
CNBC
Jan 14, 2013 4:00pm EST
some homeowners find that they owe back property taxes and maintenance fines on a home they thought they'd lost. maria? >> all right, diana. stay there. we want to get reaction now within real estate from real estate attorney sherry oliphson. good to see you. >> thanks. >> should a process be in place to avoid the zombie foreclosures? >> well, absolutely. i mean, we've learned through this crisis that foreclosure litigation is unlike any other litigation. we have time frames as a result of the robosigner and others that diana referenced for banks to complete short sale processes and notification requirements 37 and these other requirements if foreclosures are not going to be pursued need to be enforced. not only for the homeowners but also for the neighbors and for investors in those banks. we're talking about as many as 2 million mortgages that are in zombieland. who knows what financial impact that's going to have when it shows up on the bank's books? >> sure which is what diana was reporting. should the banks have a time limit to decide foreclosed or notify the homeowners? >> the
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